Nicknamed ‘Son of God’, Church Founder Forces Girls to Have Sex With Him


WASHINGTON – Apollo Carreon Quiboloy, founder of a church Filipina accused of trafficking young girls and forcing them to have sex with him. The man, dubbed by church members as “God’s Designated Son” is now facing charges in a US court, although he is still in the Philippines.

According to the US Department of Justice, Quiboloy in his actions threatened young girls with an “eternal curse” if they refused to “serve” him.

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The department said Quilboloy raised the cash under the guise of a California-based charity. That cash he uses to recruit young girls in the Philippines who will be brought to the US to work at a church called Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name (KOJC).

The announcement of the charges against Quilboloy, who is said to be an ally of President Rodrigo Duterte, was announced by the US Justice Department last week.

Some of the girls recruited will be hired to raise more money to help fund Quiboloy’s lavish lifestyle.

71-year-old man, referred to by church members as “The Appointed Son of God [Anak Tuhan yang Ditunjuk]”, along with two other defendants now charged with sex trafficking girls aged 12 to 25 to work as personal or “pastoral” assistants for Quiboloy.

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“The victims prepared Quiboloy’s meals, cleaned his living quarters, gave him massages and were asked to have sex with Quiboloy in what pastoralists call ‘night duty,'” the US Department of Justice said in a press release. AFP, Monday (11/22/2021).